Temperatures predicted to be in the 40's next week, otherwise known as 'the calm before the mud season'. I'm sure we've had over 100 inches of snow this winter, up here by the lake . Not too bad, eh?
And by my count, 10 mornings of sub-zero temperatures. Not what I would call 'hearing-aid friendly' weather. Moisture gets inside the hearing-aid and/or air-tubes, then freezes, possibly cracking materials as it expands.
I'll depart with a few pics:
|Frozen river alongside old depot|
|The snowman has left the freezer!|
|White-winged Scoter. 1st one i've seen.|